Originally Posted by Oh_Canada
Untrue-they had six in the box first off. That alone makes Tony's decisions to audible nuts. Secondly, you have three BETTER throwing options than a low percentage streak to a guy who has had one good game in his career. Witten/Austin were killing them all game and from all accounts Miles was wide open. How anyone can say it's not a bad decision given the full compliment of To's, time on the clock and the QB you are playing against. Manning can go forty yards with three timeouts in his sleep.
Can't play scared. Again,you take your shot when you have the best opportuntiy. And when we lined up, they have only 2 guys back beyond 4 yards of the LOS.. the safeties.. one of them start creeping down before the snap.. that puts 10 guys within 4 yards of the LOS when we snapped the ball.. you will have a very hard time picking up anything running the ball in that situation, especially with our OL. Could he have thrown to someone else, yep.. but I also bet that the D was bracketing both Miles and Witten.. cuz they know they have been killing them all day too. The best match up for us was on the outside, Romo took the shoot. I don't think it is a bad decision to try and take advantage of the best match up we have. You base your argument on the results. Just because the play didn't work out, doesn't make it a bad call or decision.